Ladbrokes offering a new bet every day ahead of the 2015/16 Premier League campaign
We’re all looking forward to the start of the football season and, to celebrate the 2015/16 campaign, Ladbrokes have launched a series of Premier League countdown specials.
Every day, the Magic Sign will be offering a special bet that you can have on the new campaign, with Ladbrokes having already served up the following:
20/1 that Norwich score in their first 10 home games
20/1 that Norwich go unbeaten for first 7 games
19/1 that Watford score 50+ goals next season
18/1 that Bournemouth reach FA Cup or League Cup final
17/1 that there’s a goal in every Aston Villa match
Keep visiting the site on a daily basis to see the latest bet being made available, with every Premier League team set to feature at some stage.
New Ladbrokes customers can claim a free £25 bet when they register a new account, with this bookmaker a “must have” when it comes to an account for the 2015/16 football season.
Premier League title odds
Man City 13/5
Man United 11/2
Chelsea are the title favourites with Ladbrokes, with a spokesman telling bookies.com “they’re the team to beat after walking the league last season. Jose Mourinho is looking to add John Stones to an already stellar rearguard and they have the league’s best player in Eden Hazard”.
Premier League top scorer odds
Sergio Aguero 3/1
Diego Costa 11/2
Harry Kane 14/1
Wayne Rooney 14/1
Alexis Sanchez 16/1
Christian Benteke 16/1
Olivier Giroud 18/1
Daniel Sturridge 20/1
Aguero pipped Costa in the Top Scorer market last season and the Argentine is market leader again, although both men scored at an excellent ratio last term considering injury got in the way last term.
Wayne Rooney has been a big market mover since it emerged that the United skipper is likely to operate as the centre forward at Old Trafford next season.
As you might expect, the three promoted sides are the trio priced shortest to be relegated, although perhaps Bournemouth, Norwich and Watford can cause a few surprises next season.
Aston Villa at 11/4 and Leicester City at 3/1 look more interesting than the shorter prices about the promoted teams, with both Midlands teams having lost key personnel over the summer.